Conserving Agrobiodiversity in an Andean Indigenous Biocultural Heritage Area

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* Article: Alejandro Argumedo, “The Potato Park, Peru: Conserving Agrobiodiversity in an Andean Indigenous Biocultural Heritage Area,” in Protected Landscapes and Agrobiodiversity Values, ed. Thora Amend et al. (Gland, Switzerland: International Union for the Conservation of Nature, 2008), 45-58.

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David Bollier:

"The IBCHA agreement does empower the Quechua societies to control scientific studies in the region and the Potato Park database can be used to thwart patent applications for indigenous medicinal plants and knowledge." (http://bollier.org/blog/legal-innovations-beating-bounds-part-ii-law-commons)

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